Founding Editor (1995-2004)
Robert Hollander

Simone Marchesi
(Princeton University)

Associate Editors
Susanna Barsella
(Fordham University)

Francesco Ciabattoni
(Georgetown University)

Christian Moevs
(University of Notre Dame)

Heather Webb
(Cambridge University)

The Electronic Bulletin of the Dante Society of America was founded in 1995 in the hope of offering, on the distant models of the Bulletino della Società Dantesca Italiana (1889-1921) and of the Giornale Dantesco (1893-1940), an opportunity for the publication of brief notes (1,500 words or fewer) concerning any and all matters relating to the study of Dante. Our desire is to encourage discussion and debate among Dante scholars by publishing new work that deserves a first airing. Since our electronic format allows the editorial board both to respond to and to publish submissions quickly, publication is possible more rapidly than in any forum devoted to Dante of which we know.

With the launch of Dante Notes in January 2016, the EBDSA has changed the publication process and added new capabilities. Dante Notes is a web space in which are featured current and engaging research and pedagogy projects related to Dante. In keeping with the original mission of the EBDSA of America, and widening it to include a distinct pedagogical section and one devoted to essays by students, this  new venue hosts vetted projects and essays for a period of one year, ensuring additional prominence and immediate availability to the readership. With the change of the calendar year, essays that have appeared in that space will migrate permanently to the EBDSA archive in their appropriate sections.

ISSN 1545-8415

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